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yomista wrote: I am using both Google DNS servers for IPv4 OK, rules that out.... to be hones...
I am using both Google DNS servers for IPv4
OK, rules that out.... to be honest, with all of the FVS devices, they can become "corrupted" to where certain features stop working until you do a factory reset & reconfigure. I have seen local DHCP/DNS go out, and completely stop resopnding to DHCP requests or DNS lookups, and the only solution was to reset.
And doing a reconfiguration of the device is not an optimal decicsion as the devices are located in offices around the world which local IT do not have access to.
Then the Netgear devices are unfortunate ones to have in those locations. For as long as I can remember, they MAY require resetting/reconfiguring. I've done plenty of firmware upgrades in place, and as far as I can TELL nothing was broken, but I've also done upgrades where the entire configuration was wiped (uploaded certificates and all). This partly explains why they're so cheap.....
Hi DaneA, finally I solved the problem by following the instructions in the manual https://kb.netg...
finally I solved the problem by following the instructions in the manual https://kb.netgear.com/25836/How-to-Setup-VPN-with-NETGEAR-Firewall-and-iPhone-iPad and updating the firmware to the version 4.3.5-3.
Thank you for your help.
Hi DaneA Thanks for the Support. The Netgear Firewall is behind the Router of the ISP (Swi...
Thanks for the Support. The Netgear Firewall is behind the Router of the ISP (Swisscom Internet Box) located. So I found out, that the Swisscom Router didn't forward the internet traffic to the Netgear Firewall. I checked the Swisscom Router and I found the configuration, where this forwarding can be made.
Now it works well.
Thank's a lot.
Hi aamer, Welcome to the community! :) I'm afraid to inform you th...
Welcome to the community!
I'm afraid to inform you that the SRX5308 does not support VRRP as well as stateful high availabilty with active/active dual box clustering. Kindly refer to the specifications of the SRX5308 indicated on the data sheet here.
As far as as I know, VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) is supported on manageable switches such as the NETGEAR M5300 series and M4300 series switches. Kindly check the article below:
For more information about the NETGEAR M5300 and M4300 series switches, kindly access the links below:
NETGEAR Community Team
Sorry for the delay. Finally I told my clients to leave " Default gateway in remote network " chec...
Sorry for the delay.
Finally I told my clients to leave "Default gateway in remote network" checked, warning them that they will lose internet while connected to the VPN.
It's a shame that the firewall force you to give the VPN a different subnet than the LAN.